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A grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew.

Moses Hirsch Segal

A grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew.

by Moses Hirsch Segal

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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ISBN 100198154186
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As a teaching grammar, this volume seeks not merely to describe the syntax of Biblical Hebrew, but to provide some explanatory depth to the description. Students emerge from an introductory course in Hebrew ready to begin to confront the text, and this volume stands among the books that can help them. Among these books, it. About the Book -- A Grammar of Samaritan Hebrew. The Hebrew language comes down to us in several versions, each ethnic community having its own unique tradition of though these traditions are subject to the various vernaculars and sometimes differ markedly from each other, their common basis is evident.5/5(K).

Fernandez's grammar is a good introduction to Early Rabbinic Hebrew, i.e. the Tannaitic Hebrew of the Mishna and Tannaitic midrashim. Although Fernandez is in some ways an update to M.H. Segal's Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew, Segal's work remains more thorough, accurate, and clear. Mishnaic Hebrew is any of the Hebrew dialects found in the Talmud, except for direct quotations from the Hebrew dialects can be further sub-divided into Mishnaic Hebrew proper (also called Tannaitic Hebrew, Early Rabbinic Hebrew, or Mishnaic Hebrew I), which was a spoken language, and Amoraic Hebrew (also called Late Rabbinic Hebrew or Mishnaic Hebrew II), .

  A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew by Segal, M. H. Call Number: Baker-Berry PJS38 An Introductory Grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew by Pérez Fernández, MiguelAuthor: Daniel Abosso. During the last years of his life Levita produced, among other writings, two major works. Sefer meturgeman (; “A Translator’s Book”) was the first dictionary of the Targums, or Aramaic books of the Hebrew lexicon Tishbi () explained much of the Mishnaic Hebrew language and was a supplement to two important earlier dictionaries.


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Second, it is strictly a grammar, not a textbook. Fortunately, Miguel Perez Fernandez’s book, An Introductory Grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew, remedies both of drawbacks.

Most students of Mishnaic Hebrew would be well advised to go with Miguel Perez Fernandez’s book using Segal’s as a backup reference work.

David Steinberg/5(2). a grammar of mishnaic hebrew Download a grammar of mishnaic hebrew or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. About A grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew. book Book -- A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew More than any other, this book makes the subject is accessible to scholars who are not fluent in modern Hebrew.

Published originally in by Oxford Press, it has not yet been replaced. In it, Segal clarifies the relationships between Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew.5/5(K). This volume has two objectives: first, to provide students of early Rabbinic literature with a fairly complete grammar of the dialect of that literature; and secondly, to demonstrate the organic connexion of this Mishnaic dialect with Biblical Hebrew, and its relative independence of contemporary Aramaic, at least in the field of grammar.4/5.

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Second, it is strictly a grammar, not a textbook. Fortunately, Miguel Perez Fernandez’s book, An Introductory Grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew, remedies both of drawbacks. Most students of Mishnaic Hebrew would be well advised to go with Miguel Perez Fernandez’s book using Segal’s as a backup reference work.

David Steinberg/5. Genre/Form: Grammars (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Segal, M.H. (Moses Hirsch), Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew. Oxford, Clarendon Press,   A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew [M. Segal] is 20% off every day at This volume has two objectives: "first, to provide students of early Rabbinic literature with a fairly complete grammar of the dialect of that literature; and.

Hebrew (/ ˈ h iː b r uː /; עִבְרִית ‎, Ivrit, Hebrew pronunciation: or ()) is a Northwest Semitic language native toModern Hebrew was spoken by over nine million people worldwide. Historically, it is regarded as the language of the Israelites and their ancestors, although the language was not referred to by the name "Hebrew" in the Tanakh ge family: Afro-Asiatic.

The first grammar entirely devoted to Mishnaic Hebrew was published in Although the linguistic study of this period of the language is relatively recent, it constitutes today a particularly active field of investigation, in particular in Israeli universities.

By placing this article in the perspective of the history of ideas in linguistics, I aim to show how the scientific concept Author: Sophie Kessler-Mesguich. Title: A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew: (Ancient Language Resources) (Hebrew Edition) Author Name: Segal, M.

Categories: Other, Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: PAPERBACK Book. Mishnaic Hebrew synonyms, Mishnaic Hebrew pronunciation, Mishnaic Hebrew translation, English dictionary definition of Mishnaic Hebrew. The Hebrew language as used from the second to the tenth century ad.

Buy A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew (Ancient Language Resources) by M. Segal (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(2). Buy Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew by M H Segal online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop now. This book explores the typological profile of Modern Hebrew using lexical, phonological, morphological and syntactic data, while paying careful attention to the diglossic split between formal Hebrew and colloquial Hebrew.

The often-researched formal register of Hebrew indeed tends to adhere to some extent to the normative pronunciation and grammar. The vocabulary of Modern Hebrew is based on the ancient language, whereas the syntax on Mishnaic Hebrew.

English words of Hebrew origin include amen, hallelujah, sabbath, rabbi, cherub, seraph, kosher, manna, shibboleth, and behemoth. We hope the lessons above helped you learn Hebrew.

From the Preface: This little book has been written with a twofold object: first, to provide students of early Rabbinic literature with a fairly complete grammar of the dialect of that literature; and, secondly, to demonstrate the organic connexion of this Mishnaic dialect with Biblical Hebrew, and its relative independence of contemporary Aramaic, at least in the field of grammar.

Ben Sira, it seems, tried to imitate the grammar and style of Biblical Hebrew, and his language drew heavily on the whole Hebrew Bible. However it could not help but be influenced by contemporary spoken languages such as Mishnaic Hebrew and Aramaic.

Additionally, there are influences from unknown foreign sources. For non-biblical inscriptions, a good grammar is Gogel, Sandra Luis. A Grammar of Epigraphic Hebrew. For Mishnaic Hebrew, Segal, M.H. A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew. Some good pedagogical grammars of Biblical Hebrew are: Pratico & Van Pelt.

Basics of Biblical Hebrew, which also has a useful workbook Lambdin, Thomas O. An Introductory Grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew says, "It is generally believed that the Dead Sea Scrolls, specifically the Copper Scroll and also the Bar Kokhba letters, have furnished clear evidence of the popular character of MH [Mishnaic Hebrew]." And so on.A copy of Segal's Mishnaic Hebrew grammar would be useful as a supplimentary reference, and a Biblical grammar too as this book is not strong on morphology.

But syntax and idiom are very well handled and it is these that make the Mishnah so impenetrable.